We work closely with Government, representing the sharing economy community, and lobbying for changes to protect consumers and sharing economy businesses.
Our members are asked to sign up to a central code of conduct, which sets out standards for staff training, safety and complaints procedures. Click on the link below to read the full Code of Conduct.Our Code of Conduct
SEUK was launched in March 2015 following a Government-commissioned independent review, entitled ‘Unlocking the UK’s Sharing Economy’. This was authored by Debbie Wosskow, founder of Love Home Swap, in November 2014.About us
The sharing economy involves using internet technologies to connect distributed groups of people and organisations to make better use of goods, skills, services, capital and spaces, sharing access and so reducing the need for ownership.
Our three key objectives
Make the UK a global centre for the sharing economy
Establish a trustmark for responsible sharing practices
Respond to the shared challenges of our members
SEUK represents businesses working across a number of areas within the sharing economy. The current SEUK members are:
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